Muttaqien Bakri, Muttaqien
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Journal : Jurnal Medika Veterinaria

Identification of Parasites in Snakehead Fish (Channa striata) in Meunasah Manyang Village Lhoknga Subdistrict Aceh Besar Umara, Adil; Bakri, Muttaqien; Hambal, Muhammad
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 8, No 2 (2014): J. Med. Vet.
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (50.491 KB) | DOI: 10.21157/j.med.vet..v8i2.3324

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The study aimed at identifying the types of parasites that infect snakehead (C. striata) fish as well as to determine the prevalence of the parasite species. A total of 51 snakehead fish was captured using nets and traps then examined at Parasitology Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine Faculty Syiah Kuala University Banda Aceh. Ectoparasites inspection was done by observation of the outer body organs as well as by making the mucus smear examined under a microscope, while endoparasites inspection was done by observation on the surface of the digestive tract and heart, and also thin and thick boold smear. The study revealed that two types of parasites that infect snakehead fish in irrigation Cot Balee were Pallisentis nagpurensis and Trichodina spp. It also found larvae obtained from the intestinal villi scrapings that have not been identified. A total of 96% snakehead fish infected by P. nagpurensis, 6% infested with Trichodina spp., and 10% infested by unidentified larvae.Key words: parasite, snakehead fish (Channa striata), Palllisentis nagpurensis, Trichodina spp, prevalence
IDENTIFIKASI PARASIT PADA IKAN TONGKOL (Euthynnus affinis) DI TEMPAT PELELANGAN IKAN LHOKNGA ACEH BESAR (Identification of Parasites in Mackerel (Euthynnus affinis) at Fish Auction in Lhoknga Aceh Besar) Hidayati, Nurul; Bakri, Muttaqien; Rusli, Rusli; Fahrimal, Yudha; Hambal, Muhammad; Daud, Razali
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 10, No 1 (2016): J. Med. Vet.
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The objective of this study was to identify parasites that infect mackerel fish (Euthynnus affinis) at fish auction in Lhoknga, Aceh Besar. Fifteen mackerel fish collected from fish auction in Lhoknga were examined at Parasitology Laboratory, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Syiah Kuala University Banda Aceh to observe the presence of ectoparasites and endoparasites. The ectoparasite examination was conducted by observation of the external body part and then examined under microscope, while endoparasite examination conducted by observation of inner surface of digestive tract. The data showed that two types parasites infested the mackerel fish at fish auction in Lhoknga were Anisakis simplex and Neobenedia melleni. A total of 87% mackerel fish was infested with A. simplex and 7% was infested with N. melleni.
5. Isolation and Identification of Salmonella sp in spleen of male layer chicken in Sibreh farms, Aceh Besar Erina, Erina; Abrar, Mahdi; Suyoto, Balqis Alrasyid; Dewi, Maryulia; Darmawi, Darmawi; Darniati, Darniati; Bakri, Muttaqien
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 11, No 1 (2017): J. Med. Vet.
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This study aimed to isolate and identify the bacteria Salmonella sp in spleen of male layer chicken that died in farms Sibreh, Aceh Besar. A sample of the research is the spleen of male layer chickens. Isolation of Salmonella sp performed by inoculating spleen that were pierced using a swab on the media Selenite Cystine Broth (SCB) then planted on selective media Salmonella Shigella Agar (SSA) and colony morphology was observed, continued with observation of Gram stain under microscopic. Furthermore, colonies of suspected Salmonella sp planted in the media MR-VP (Oxoid), Indol (Difco), Simmonss Citrate Agar (Oxoid), Triple Sugar Iron Agar (TSIA), Sulfite Indol Motiliti (SIM), and media sugars (sucrose, manitol, glucose, lactose , maltose). The results of this study were analyzed descriptively. The research shows a results from a total of 33 samples, we found that 15 samples are positive that can be isolated and identified as Salmonella sp. Therefore it can be concluded that Salmonella sp is possible the death cause of male layer chicken in farms Sibreh, Aceh Besar
19. Identification of Ectoparasites in the Mud Crab (Scylla serrata) from Alue Naga Coastal Waters Banda Aceh Maldini, Audi; Winaruddin, Winaruddin; Bakri, Muttaqien; Hambal, Muhammad; Farida, Farida; Daud, Razali
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 11, No 2 (2017): J. Med. Vet.
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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This study aimsed  to determine the type of ectoparasites on crab (Scylla serrata) in the water of Alue Naga Banda Aceh.  The samples of this study were 10 heads of mud crabs were taken from the Alue Naga waters Banda Aceh and taken to the Laboratory of Parasitology. Veterinary Medicine Faculty of Syiah Kuala University Banda Aceh to identify the take ectoparasites on mud crab (Scylla serrata) by observing the outer body of the organism, then noted bleeding, wounds or swelling and pay attention to the type of organism that is attached to the body of mud crab, then dredge the outer parts of the body like the carapace, foot path, foot pool and gills were take it and then tweezers and then putting the object glass that has been provided and observed with a microscope with 100 times magnification and see what kind of ectoparasites that have been found and then compare with the identification key. From the results of this study concluded that ectoparasites which infects mud crab (Scylla serrata) in the waters of Alue Naga Banda Aceh come  from genus Chilodonella sp. Whichare predilections in the gills with a prevalence rate of 10%.